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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I ruee lus TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Vwt 11.26 a Day Holtl' In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBIlOGt The Dallas Hotel U the Beit and Itnt Plac< to Stay HEATERS You are invited to see our lines of-Heaters. We Kave a good assort- ment and you cannot get better values .anywhere else. C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" 5th Street 761 V CHOICE FARM NEAR NOBLE V A AT YOUR OWN PRICE A IN THE CLOSING OF AN ESTATE, THIS FARM HAS BEEN PLACED ON .THE MARKET AT ABOUT 50% LESS THAN IT IS WORTH. CONCORD GRAPES (iuoil.fur preserving, jelly ami .wine anil ollit'r pui-posns. The car lliat lus just arrived will lie Ow ear lu univi- in Uilhliriilgi: llus year. Buy now if you waul any. Pj-itc JKT haski'l 4uC SPITZENBURG APPLES a shipment of very fine SpiUuiiliiTg Apples, grown in Wash Those, apples will he belter .-fur palmy if kepi a little while, for they arc an I'.xlra gouil w-inter apple. Price par Grocery Wholesale' Dipt.-II THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Fruit Con- fectionery. Wholesale Retail Oroewy Dipt. Apply to X ALBERTA LOANS INVESTMENT-CO. Y 416 FIFTH STREET SOUTH The Lethbridge Imperial Orchestra OPEN FOR DANCES FOR THE COMING SEASON PERSONNEL OF ORCHESTRA Vloliniit, J. B.'Gaskeil, leader. Pianist, R. Needs; B. Van' Heck; Drums, S. L. Chip. pell. Latest popular music. Any number of pieces supplied. For particulars'Telephone 15 a7 or 1S34, or P. O. Boi Lethbridge: CITY AND DISTRICT Back to Capital Chas. S. HotciSiss, provincial pub- licity commissioner, passed through the city last night: frora Coulls, en route for Edmonton. The Herald Wants Regular, .'Cprresponr deiitsat .Colenian, Bfeirmpre'anil Grassy Lake Write News Editor No Practice of "San Toy'.' There will not a rehearsal of tho chorus or dialogue parts TOT" tonlgbt. The nest regular practice of e Ooeratlo societv will t'e held nest uesdav eventns; placs not decided. WilUWork It Out Poar inebriates appeareS before agistrate Ellon tills raorning nnd ere handeii fines of one and_c05ts R.J. Wobdririg and Tom Need- am could not come through, and viH ork for twenty 'days it the barracks. WEATHER High Low I.elh'jridjc. clear......... -15 IS Kdmonton, cleat 12' 2G Uoydiuinstci, cluudv___.47. .30 .03 Sasiatoen, cloudy 43 26 Itegina, cloudy 27 llrar.don, cloudy .13 23 clear -H -1 I'otl Arthur, cloudy 52 2S 31 .27 Grand Forks 44'28 .OS Calgary, fair .............36 2S Macleod, clejr 47 27 Medicine Hat, fair 41 25 Prince Albert, cloudy 40 20 Moose Jaw, cloudy 50 27 Kamloops, (air 48 33 .0' Pi-uticton................ 4S 33 .OS Fine ar.d cool wrathrr has again prevailed tbrocghout the prairiepro- yioces with heavy frosts during the night.' 'All stationary, or a little higler temperatures today on Kridav.1 CASH -IF YOU HAVE CREDIT IF YOU NEED IT. Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building Sixth St. t-ethbrldjo Ltthbridgt Loiigt Metis Tonight 'A regular communication' of Leth- Lodge, Xo. 39, A-F. t A.M.; will c held this evening at S o'cloct. R'. S'. Bro. H. D. R. Slenait, .D.D.G.7.I., ill par bis official visit The First egree will be conferred, and rethren will receive a'hearty wel- CITY AND DISTRICl Kennel Club Tonight Aii Important meeting of the. Ken nel club will le beld In the Board b Trade rooms CITY AND DISTRICT 1 Back from East S: Hollyraan, district'freight agent f the C. P. R-, isrith headquarters in ibridge, returned to the city yes- erday, alter a trip to Toronto and lontreaL He states that the hearing f the famons freight rates' case will aXe .place in Ottaira, commencing November 10. The Bank Clearings The bast cleariags Tor- the were ccTrespondtcg TV eels last yoar. JT9J.S70.21.- Attended Board Meeting James Burfee, dtslricl hoard aemoer the'U. II.AV.'of A. for Bellerue dts- Irici, as iii inc. ciiy 'oTeniigiil-on his way from the executive meelins at Ta- ber, to his home ID tie Pass. Sects for Factory The first carload ol sugar beets. that" ever passed Ihrougli' Lethbridse 1 for the Raymond factory, went south; 011 the way freight'to Raymond this morning. They came trpm the Glares- holm district, Will Meet Tuesday Owlog- lo Monday heing1 Thanks- giving Day, and also .the date of the regular meeting of. the council, the meeting will not.falte place untilTucs day afternoon. As a made suit la superior to a'.ceady-mide, so Is a Private Xmas Card sup- erior to the' general kind and THE COST IS "X.O HIGHER-'; liave the n-ork of tho three bsst muiur.icturcri for TOU to select from. The Red Drug Railway Hustler A. M, Nye, travelling representative of the New York Central, Is in the on a regular visit from iieadyuartere in Spokane. 'r Off to Tulsa Mr. cKalrnnn of the iury ot awards at the Dry-Farming TutsA.'Okla., leil for that place this HOME GROWN WHEAT HOME MILLED WHEAT HOME LABOUR Do above suggestions appeal to you wluui buying flour? Quality nml Price appeal to you in making a selection ol' flour when you are buying? If insist on using ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 Years .Successful Milling- in 'Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO, To Paint The contract-for the painting and decorating of the new post office .in this city- has beeo awarded to tto J. E. Simons Decorating Co., or l.eth- Allan Liners Dock S. B. Mitchell, C. P. R ticket agent, tie Allan liners Victorian and.sicIHm .will .dock at Montreal to-" day. Western. passeb gers V1H arrive in Lelhbrldse on Monday. He'is a Dandy VSt: Patrick's Minstrels 'hava been I very lucky- in securing the Harry F.! Hayes, better thowu as the "Original Chocolate Mr. -Hayes I 'DBS .been iocatedjn the 'Hat for _llhc j past. lew -months, and one of tlio test., iilack-faced comedians in-' the business, lie. keeps .the audience- In a continual roar, from tiico be. .ca- ters until tie. leaves .the stage, boa't 'ail to Busy on thr Ditches G. D. Walters, of the irrigation jranch of the department of the In- erior, wcat south to -Magratb and Klmball today to complete his worts In connection with the gauging of the irrigation ditches. He will go to Cal- gary in a-few days, and bulletins cov- ering bis work arid conclusions will issaed from the Commissioner's of- fice during the winter. Known in the South T. Bylt, who sentenced by Magistrate Sanders iu Calgary yester- day, to. one yc-ar in the Edmonton pen- itentiary with Sard labor, alter being convicted of charges of forgery and false pretences, "was a professional j crook, and well known in tue south! country.- He operated in Taber, but did -not get away with any stunts in Lethhrldge, although he was register' ed here several times as W. Thomas. A VHitor Adam Link, formerly homestead In- spector here, is in the city from Mir- ror B.C. -He Is the guest of Robert Nimmons, Thirteenth street North. To Build New Store Har.5 Matson has been awarded the contract for a new brick store build- Ing to be erected on the corner of Second avenue and Thirteenth street for H. Kerr, and will com- nence work on it tomorrow. Exciting Runaway A runaway teim last night created some excitement in North Ix-thbrldgc for a few moments. The team be- longed to the .Alberta. Trading Co.. and started from the rear of tbeir store. One of the horses feSI and broke Its leg, requiring to tie shot. The driver was not iujured (England) TAFFY A full line'of. thesq tooth- soine Toffies just received..- 50c. Per pound LOOK AT OUR Y GARDEN TRACTS We bavc a few 10 and aero irrigated Tracts, one mile from a school house, and "four milos from Galbraltli school, ihat; we can sell for per on terms of jft cash, r per mouth 'Hurry -.up and ace us before they: aw all gone, ripUSES-TO RENT ltd Co, tturtock Building, Pliont Excelsior' Choir Tonight "A concert 'of exceptional "Interest will be given tonight In the Auditor- ium of the y. If. C. A. by Hie Excel- slor Sfale Voice Gfaoir, under the con- ductOTBhlp of Mr. T. Roberts. The cbolr during tbe past year has made good progress. .Out of an average memberaMp'of 15, the average altend- arice at the -weekly reaeamls for the whole year hzs been 14. Mr. RohcrU, the conductor, is man of typical Welsh temperament, and the- way In which he handles his choir Is a treat In Itself. 11 is to be hoped the pub- lic will turn out In goodly numbers to hear splendid programme cd. TO RENT Furnished House Immediate Posteision. ASNAP 916-8th Street S. New Bridges in Cardstcn District Caidslon Oloht: The pazt season has been an extrenlely one in the 'talldlDg of roads and bridges In tlio Cardston district Fold Super- visor Andrew 11. Archibald has been actively engaged all spring and E'jm- in managing bridge crews, maSing up n number of thirty men. This part of the province Is being very sallsfaclorlly looked after, and the whole system of roads surround- ing t'ardston has been repaired and rebuilt. Among and a large amount of grade work, a bridge haa been con strucled two ar.d a half miles south of Mountain Vlen', one two miles east of Beazer, two one-mile-eaet of I.cav- lit, two on the Hill Sj.ring-roJd across the Indian one-ono mlU friim Haley. At present- tho crew la at work on a double acrow Wil- Creek, leading- to- Whisky. Gap. The values of theao structures range from lo 15M.' In siieaking lo Mr. Archibald ttio Olobe learned that Ibis year the government-hie expended 'over fIVOO'on road worit In this dls- last year the sum was not In tsccss oCJIO.OOO; v After the completion of the Willow Creek triage, wblch will be this fall, road activities will relaxed until the early suing. J. D. Higinbotham1 Co., Ltd. The-faHstl Store TELEPHONE NO. t22 Rev.: David ROI'I Invited fiVj .D; Ross, of-Scotland, later of New York, who has bad a large and successful experience j teas been invited to follow; cer in supplying .tht Baptist i burci In this city, until the new and permanent. p' as tor comes., .Mr. Ross ia a Scotclirflan, a preacher.of good abil- ity, and has had large 'spheres of la- bor elsewhere, lie will be an acquisi- tion to workers In Lethbridge, ai else- where. He Is visiting friends at Blair- morej hence.his being available for work. In'Alberta. CITY AND: DISTRICT On BuBinesi .Trip J. A. Oilleaple. Vancouver realty man, and a former TesWenf of T- bridge, ia In the city on a business visit. In As Much At Ye Did It Such a commendable act as that pi Rev. S.. Hann, of Carmarigay, who is at present Visiting the city, should not ie passed over without recogni- tion. Yesterday afternoon, an old man of M years, was swept by a sudden BUit'of wind into the middle of Filth street, .'just opposite the Alexandra Hotel, and In an effort to regain his balance was wheeled round and round on the street. The rev. gentleman, .seeing' the aged man's predicament. Immediately ran to his assistance Just n time to save him from falling face ITS t to the streol, but not until his nec5 fcad struck the atone pavement, 'his somewhat disabled the old man, and togeihcr with (he shock, ho felt unable to walk His rescuer took him n his arBis and was lading him to the drug store, when a constable klmlly of- 'ered to .render all assistance neccs ;ary to'ihe old man- Kvidenlly the rev. gentleman is fulfilling his calling for when someone asked the name o the rescuer, the rescuer said, ''Tho oli only needs recognition In this case." Do not your alms lefore men to be Been of them. Will Erect Flume According lo reliable Information received today, the huge tunnel whic, was 'to have been erected by ''th Southern Alborta Land lo convey water from l-ake .JlcOregor to tt main ditch north of Taber, haa beei abandoneil, and n -vrooden flame wll be erected In placo of the tunnel. tenders were called for the tunnel, which was to cost' W the nelghoor- hood of bill up ;ta the pie- tent lime none haW.been. accepted, and Iho company have practically de- ciJcd to use the flume, which tboy V'111 construct tbcmeelvcs LOCALS FOR SALt'. one Knabo parlor grand piano, good condition, cost fl.000; will sell for 5350 cash. Apjily Mason 0 Illsch Limited, Lethbridge.' Daughters and of whist drive, Wednesday night In the S. 0. E. Hall, at 8.45. ficnla SOc. 25 cents. ,t tf ft ff 't A WISE 'DECISION The Herald Is plowed to announce that the of SlaMnod, Empress and Sher- man theatres have decided not to Uke adTantise at-present of the ruling, of tho Supreme Court regarding the legality of opening photo-filay lioum on- the Ixird's Day, and re- main closed oa Sundays.. BIJOU THE SENSATION OF PIC' In the Toils of the Devil WEDNESDAY PKone'Us 1393 or 1492 an d Our Eepresentative will calliuid measure your give you estimate oL' cost for storm sash, including hanging. 7 DO IT NOW! CetitM Lumber Go. Ltd. City Office: Roya! Bank I Phone .'1393 luildlng LETHBRIDQE, Yard: 1407 3rd Ave. S. -Phone H92 AFTERNOON TEA Every.afternoon from 3'to 6. Something Diflerent Every-Day Hot Drinks at All Hours, At KILUEN'S 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge THE HOME PORTRAIT Portraits made in the home have a facination of their own. They leave the familiar natural appearance that the stage settings of the studio fail to give.' THE TISE STUDIO Makers of Fine Portraits 006 Third Avenue .South, Lctiibridgc. Alberta f'TTV DISTRICT Threihing ComoU'.od at Carmangay Carm-.ingas- the E'al" tha Thera may be an odd fanner here "ami! there" who IIM not finished thrcflilng but they ore tow and far lietwcen.- This has been tho .host threshing season over cxiioricnccd In liiis ulfl- trlct, Iho weather being Ideal all hat two tfco oeJison opened. Several of the machines have iniltal In and next week will see the finish of the season, as fir'as Carmangay is